Strengthening the capacities of the justice sector actors to deliver justice in line with European standards, in particular to fight discrimination in the Republic of Moldova
What is the project?
The project objective is to deliver justice that is better aligned with European standards in the field of discrimination in the Republic of Moldovain the Republic of Moldova.
It is a project co-funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe, and implemented by the Council of Europe in the framework of the Partnership for Good Governance Programme - phase II (2019-2021).
How does the project work?
Capacity-building activities: training courses, human rights education courses for legal professionals (HELP), seminars, round tables, exchange of experiences, conferences, etc
Support in developing normative framework (internal regulations, guidelines, etc)
Building on the results of co-operation in the field of justice under PGG Phase I (2015-2018).
Reports and legal opinions:
Opinion on Draft Amendments to: Law on Ensuring Equality (Law No. 121); and Law on Activity of the Council for Prevention and Elimination of Discrimination and Ensuring Equality (Law No. 298) ENG / RO
National study on the perception of the general population and the opinion of professionals on the preparedness of justice sector actors to deal with cases of discrimination RO
Study on perception and attitudes towards equality RO
What do we aim to achieve?
The Equality Council’s practice is further strengthened, and it can more effectively fulfil its role.
The Lawyers Training Center organizes and delivers its courses in an effective manner
The capacity of the judges and prosecutors to deliver higher-quality justice on discrimination cases enhanced through the harmonised application of European standards.
Who we work with?
Council for Preventing and Eliminating Discrimination and Ensuring Equality, National Institute of Justice, Lawyers Training Center, Lawyers Union, NGOs, acclaimed experts in the field.
Who benefits from the project?
The project targets judges, prosecutors, lawyers, law enforcement professionals. It ultimately benefits general public at risk of being discriminated agains and victims of discrimination.